... anyway, I'm using thera tears lubricant eye drops, it works great, I use it twice a day or whenever I feel like I need it. ... (5 replies)
... Just wondering if you are wearing any moisturizers, sunscreens or makeup that could cause the problem. The tears mixing with any of those could cause the burning. ... (5 replies)
... metimes I'll just be sitting watching TV or having a normal conversation with someone and my eyes will start to tear. What's worse is that most of the time, the tears really hurt my eyes. I joke about it sometimes, that I have acid tears, but it's really not funny. ... (5 replies)
... This is a problem I've had for a while now. My right eye will tear up and then will burn and turn red. ... (0 replies)
... Baby shampoo... interesting. Did he say where the bacteria came from? Could I get those drops at the regular drug store? (5 replies)
... I had a similar problem.. usually I'd just be sitting around, and suddenly my eyes would water and sting a little bit. I went to the eye dr. and he said I was getting bacteria in my eye.. he gave me some lubricating eyedrops and I haven't had that problem since! And he also told me to take a little baby shampoo and "wash" my eyelids with it when I'm in the shower, you might... (5 replies)
... Nope. I hardly ever wear makeup or sunscreen or use moisturizer on my face. I haven't been to the eye doctor lately, but I am due for a visit and will ask about it. Thanks for your help. (5 replies)
... lately, whenever i cry, my tears burn my eyes. when it burns, it burns! it has never happened before. should i go see a doctor about this? ... (1 replies)
... Many times excess tearing is due to "dry eyes". Try some of the eyedrops without preservatives. Some to consider are: Refresh Plus, Refresh Celluvisc, Refresh Liquidgel, Refresh Endura, Refresh PM ointment for night.
Refresh Plus is a thin eyedrop, Refresh Celluvisc is a thicker eyedrop, Refresh Liquidgel is a thick eyedrop, Refresh Endura is medium thickness.
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... i dont know what happen....im thinking its because last night i didnt have any solution for my contacts and put them in regular visine for red or dry eyes, it was all i had to leave them in...no with or with out the contacts in my eyes really burn....just when i close them though..it's really painfull, it brings me to tears. any suggestions on what i could do?
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... t, said I have extremely dry eyes. I can no longer wear contacts because of this. My question is to anyone that has been dx with Sjorgens syndrome, do your own tears burn your eyes? ... (4 replies)
... and occasionally stinging eyes. I dont seem to have any other symptoms other than my eyes are sore and dry in the morning. They then tend to burn all day with various degrees. Using computers is a nightmere and even reading can cause the eyelids to burning extensively. ... (0 replies)
... I myself have horrible itchy eyes, then they burn, then they tear up like crazy. Its not unusual for me to spend about 3 hours every day just wiht tears running down my face. Drs keep saying it was allergies, but every single test came back negative. And the allergy meds don't work anyway. ... (2 replies)
... Restasis since Jan. with little results. It does burn less. I'm not sure what happened. I made a trip overseas and when I came back I felt like something was in my eye. ... (0 replies)
... Bland artificial tear ointments. " Also, I have read not to use bland artificial tears during the day either. Just as the watery tears of your eye this can worsen symptoms. ... (125 replies)
... Hmm - burning eyes in the morning or when you awaken? Could be a mild case of "recurrent corneal erosion syndrome" or RCES Check out the corneal erosion threads here. One thing that can drastically help the burning is to learn to insert artificial tears (while on your back) in your eyes before opening or moving your eyelids while they are still closed in the morning. Works... (2 replies)
... ng well. I had the bandage in for 11 days I think it was. The doc then had me start doing muro drops four times a day and muro ointment at bedtime and artificial tears as needed. He said if I woke up in the middle of the night at all that I might want to reapply the ointment. ... (2 replies)
... een the initial scratch and this incident I had minor problems with it. Sometimes in the middle of the night I'd wake to feed the baby and my eye would water and burn for a bit and sometimes it would just happen in the middle of the day. Also I was initially treated for this in the ER not by an eye doctor. ... (13 replies)
... come out easily. So because my tear glands are permanently damaged, I had all my tear drains cauterized with a laser. It helped a little to retain the artificial tears I add. ... (9 replies)
... I have a combination of problems in my eyes, I think. They burn almost constantly and itch quite a bit. ... (1 replies)